If you adopt the view that you have temporarily forgotten answers you already have, then part of you is wondering how to access them quicker. This awareness draws attention to lessons you must learn to truly recognize and accept what you already know. It is not as round-about as you may assume.
How often have you heard someone ask for directions to their innermost soul? Maybe you have inquired about it yourself. Such a scenario describes value tales involving monks and their proteges. The answers to such questions are always paths of experience that lead to lessons as opposed to short-cuts.
The quest for clarity requires a willingness to disassociate and detach from what people and situations are saying about themselves. You arrive at a crossroads. You begin to delve deeper into what things say about you and your perceptions. Consider these five tips to root yourself in the moment;
1) Figure out what it means to "just be." Some people achieve this using mental discipline developed during dreams and conscious meditation. To grasp what you feel, it is helpful to clarify what you are not feeling. You redefine your reference as a balance of physical and emotional states with no reacting.
2) Identify when you are not in moment. Human beings frequently forget what it means to be rooted in the moment. They often reflect on what they are no longer doing or, what they could be doing and neglect what is occurring in -between. Shift perspective to discern the nature of your distractions.
3) Rethink the motive for your queries. What are you really asking? To ask questions reveals a lack of faith or self-confidence. As you attune to your feelings, you realize impatience for answers from outside yourself invites you to develop patience by attuning to inner voices. You are re-directed to listen differently and unveil and tackle core fears.
4) Take steps to restore well-being. Wholeness is a subjective experience. A person progresses based on how he gains insight from events that acknowledge and heal wounds. Being conscious of how you feel is an exercise in honesty and the willingness to do what it takes to repair self-esteem.
5) Support your messages. You are learning to be mindful, to deliberately shift attention and attune to energy in ways you did not expect. In doing so, you stop saying "I don't know" and trust your intuition. Flashes of light evoke flashes of insight. Glimpses of the unthinkable prove it exists. Choose to believe.